Good morning, Capital Region residents. We’re thinking of you this week as we pull together our annual list of this year’s top stories. After all, what is our “top” list but a reflection of your interests and attention, your curiosity and caring spirit. Stay tuned for that to be published on our site this Friday. For now, here’s the latest content we published this past week:
New Yorker essayist Sarah Miller (author of last year’s “Cancel New Year’s Eve Forever”) shares what she loves and loathes about her craft, and about the place she calls home, Nevada City; the technology workforce spreads out to Northern California’s rural regions, presenting entrepreneurs with both obstacles and opportunities; tribal officials work with Sacramento city government to secure a recognition of tribal land, creating opportunities for education.
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As remote work continues to be normalized within the technology industry, techies are migrating to the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California. Several local tech entrepreneurs share their successes and hurdles.
Tribal officials are working with Sacramento city government to secure a formal recognition of tribal land, creating opportunities for education.
Freelance essayist Sarah Miller lends her idiosyncratic
style to The New Yorker website and many other
publications. The Nevada City-based writer was
commissioned by Substack to start her own
newsletter earlier this year.
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